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  • The meaning of "Exaggerated" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. It’s to enlarge what you are speaking about, or give a bigger than life idea of it. “That bird was almost as tall as a tree.” Simply meaning that the bird was tall, but not actually saying it was as tall as the tree. “The mouse was so small, I could barely even see it.” Meaning that the mouse was small, but not that I couldn’t actually see it. “He tripped and skinned his knees so badly you could almost see his bone.” Again, this would simply be saying that the individual skinned his knees pretty badly, but not that you could actually see his bones. Just out of curiosity, if your first language is English, shouldn’t you already know this? It’s a little confusing when you put your native language as English, but you only have one bar for fluency.

  • Example sentences using "Exaggerated"

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    2. His story was exaggerated, it's impossible than he could climb Mount Everst by himself.

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    2. Exaggerated is the past tense of exaggerate. He said she was beautiful. He exaggerated. She exaggerated that I was ugly. They exaggerated that the food tasted good.

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    2. "Exaggerated" can be a verb or adjective. Verb: 1. He exaggerated his sickness, so his bosses felt sorry for him. But really, he only had a small cold. 2. I think you may have exaggerated a bit. You said your dog was as big as a pony, but she looks average to me. 3. The weatherman exaggerated. The big hailstorm he said would hit was only tiny particles, and lasted for not even fifteen minutes! 4. Don't listen to TV infomercials. They always exaggerate the product's results. No one can lose weight that fast. Adjective: 1. With exaggerated coughs and groans, Mike convinced the teacher he was sick and went home from school early. 2. Stage makeup must be dramatic and exaggerated, so the actors' features can be seen under the bright lights. 3. Emoticons always show exaggerated expressions. That's what makes them cute. There is also an adverbial form: "exaggeratedly." Adverb: 4. That salesman is so fake. He always laughs exaggeratedly at every joke you will make to make you feel clever, and want to buy from him.

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    2. Exaggerated can be used as either an adjective or a verb. Noun: "The stories were greatly exaggerated." "The exaggerated details were proven untrue." Verb: "I exaggerated only a little." "He exaggerates everything." ("Exaggeration" is the noun form, by the way; i.e., "Her exaggerations cost her the job.")

  • Similar words to "Exaggerated" and their differences

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    2. Overestimate: you expect(estimate) something to have been larger or better than it actually is in real life. "I overestimated your skills" "I overestimated how much it would cost" You Exaggerate when you want to change something to beyond its normal proportions. "His movements were exaggerated" "I've been waiting for this film to come out all my life" ^this is an over exaggeration because you weren't waiting for this movie to be released since the moment you were born. Also the same but opposite rules apply for under exaggeration / underestimate

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    2. An exaggeration is anything that over-elaborates a statement. A hyperbole is an exaggerated exaggeration, if that makes sense. It's so exaggerated that it cannot possibly be true. Example: "My grandma cooked enough food to feed an army!" when there was really just a lot of food.

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